-li-

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Infix[edit]

-li-

  1. (pharmacology) a shortened allomorph of the monoclonal antibody affix -lim-, used before the affixes -xi- and -zu- for ease of pronunciation

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Swahili[edit]

Prefix[edit]

-li-

  1. Forms the past tense in verbs.

Verb[edit]

-li-

  1. Prefixed with uffixed with the general relative "o of reference" to make relative forms of "to be".

Usage notes[edit]

Like the future and past tenses of -wa (to be), any of the three locative suffixes -po, -ko, or -mo can be appended to the end of any fully conjugated relative form of to be to indicate location, i.e. "mambo yaliomo" = "the things which are inside".